Frequently Asked Questions – All Beaches Gutter Cleaning Sydney
Where is your head office located?
Our head office is located in Mona Vale, NSW 2103
Do you charge extra for emergency roofing and gutter repair call outs?
Call outs outside office hours are regarded as emergency call outs and are charged at higher rates.
What guttering services do you provide in Sydney?
All Beaches Roofing provide all services pertaining to guttering, gutter cleaning, roofing, and roofing repairs in all majors Sydney suburbs.
What areas around Sydney do you provide gutter cleaning service to?
We provide roofing and guttering service to:
Sydney NSW 2000
Metropolitan areas of Sydney
and all other suburbs around Sydney.
What is the smallest or biggest job you are prepared to service?
No roofing and guttering job is too small or too big for All Beaches Roofing. Regardless if it is gutter cleaning or roofing in commercial, strata, or residential or insurance work.
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept the following payment methods:
Master and Visa Credit Cards
Insurance claims for roofing and guttering?
All Beaches are fully insurance covered. Contact us for more information on claiming insurance roof repairs Sydney.
Must I consider gutter guards?
Some kinds of gutter guards are not suitable such as fly wire mesh and the kind that is installed on the inside of the gutter.
If you live in a leafy area with plenty of trees, a gutter guard is a must. It is the smart way to address preventative maintenance preventing leaves from blocking your gutters and down pipes. This prevents the risk of flood damage during severe storms. Leaves and debris that is laying inside the gutter can cause corrosion and other damage. Even with gutter guards installed, no gutter is maintenance free. Some debris can build up on the mesh, especially in high humidity and wet weather. Cleaning it with a blower or broom might be required occasionally.
What type of quality materials do you use?
We only make use of the highest quality materials from top brands like Boral Tiles, Air Cel, Monier, Ace Gutters, Flexi Point, and BlueScope Steel Colorbond.
What should I do if I my roof is leaking?
Call on All Beaches Roofing
Cover valuables as far as possible
If it is leaking profoundly, stay clear from the area
How will I know what style of roofing is best suited for my property?
There are numerous deciding factors and a huge range of products and colours obtainable to choose from. There are concrete, slate, metal, wood shingles, clay tiles, or asphalt roofing. All Beaches Roofing will assist you and offer you expert advice on the cost, durability, texture, and colour of your roofing material and area trends should you need to sell your property in future.
What is Colorbond and how is it made?
It is “Zinkalume” steel base with an aluminium, magnesium, and zinc coating that provides immaculate anti corrosion protection.
A conversion layer is applied to the surface of the steel to enhance the adhesion. Thereafter a polyester primer is placed and baked on. In the last step the top coat is put on that has a specifically designed exterior quality paint that is also baked to provide utmost resistance to cracking, chipping, and peeling.
How is concrete tiles manufactured?
Concrete tiles are manufactured from cement, pigments, sand, and water. It is cured at in the region of 60 degrees Celsius unlike clay tiles that are fried. This curing process allows the concrete tiles to become strong enough to be transported and placed within just a few days after manufacturing. The longer they stand, the stronger it gets over time.
What about terracotta roof tiles?
Terracotta roof tiles are very frequently used for roofing in Australia and all over the world as well. You can find terracotta tiles in the distinct orange-red natural colour, or with different finishes that are obtained by glazing techniques. They are also available in a large selection of different colours. Installation is done by placing interlocking and overlapping rows on the roof and can be done in various styles. If treated right, terracotta can last for litterally hundreds of years if treated correctly. A major advantage of terracotta is that it is fire resistant and waterproof which provides excellent protection from Mother Nature.
What should I know about a slate roof?
Slate is a kind of metamorphic rock with a fine grain that has changed from it’s existing state to the form we use it due to intense pressure and heat. Typically it is grey in colour but the variations of grey is commonly found at a single mining area. It can also be green, cyan, or even purple.
Slate is laid on the strips of wood in a “laid brick” kind of fashion with in other words, the joint of two tiles will be in the centre of those below and above them with a 3 mm gap between each tile. This method provides double overlapping coverage. The overlap is dependent on the incline of the roof. The higher the incline, the smaller the overlap need to be.
How do they manufacture asphalt shingles?
There are two kinds of asphalt shingles, organic or fiberglass based shingles. Organic shingles are produced with a base of recycled wood and paper fibres.
How do I establish if I need to replace my house’s roof?
As time goes by, with continuing weathering effects or a lack of maintenance, every roof will need to be replaced at some time. There are some things that will indicate that your roof needs replacing like:
Look on the inside for sagging, water damage, dark spots, trails, or leaking marks and places where you can see the outside light shining through the roof.
On the outside look on the rood and pay attention to missing shingles, broken flashing, algae growth, buckling, curling, rotting, cracking, and blistering.
Inspect the roof for missing, cracked, torn, or bald shingles.
Why is a metal roof a good choice?
Tile roofs start to deteriorate the moment it is exposed to the elements such as UV from the sun, high winds, temperature changes, and severe storms. However, a Colourbond metal roof will easily deal with the elements and will not deteriorate as time goes by.
Colorbond roofing is especially manufactured with Australian weather conditions in mind with 22 colours to choose from. Regardless of the style of your home, there will be a Colourbond colour to suit your style of roof.
It comprises of a baked paint finish that provides it paramount durability that is corrosion, crack, chip, and peeling resistant. Colorbond roofing is one of the lightest kinds of roofing you can choose and require the least frequent maintenance comparing to other roof types.
When should I consider roof restoration?
The majority roofing contractors will advise you to do only restorations and that you can expect at least six to eight years of life from your roof when in reality a roof replacement is required. It is vital to note that the longer you leave the roof to deteriorate, the higher the risk is that water will get in and cause other damage.
Should I replace my asbestos roof?
If the roof is in a good condition, there is no safety risk and no need to replace it. If the roof is leaking which is a sign of damage, it is better to replace it.
Is roof insulation a good idea?
All Beaches Roofing always use anti con insulation. It is a standard requirement according to the roofing code. As an extra option, we do occasionally provide the top quality insulation.
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